Inspector can't see through walls, but with the Flir MSX technology we can identify problems not always visible to the naked eye. The thermal cameras we use are technically two cameras in one. When a picture is taken with our cameras both a thermal image and regular image are taken simultaneously.
Drones allow inspectors to go in areas that are not easily accessible. Occasionally when an inspector needs an aerial shot of the entire structure, or pictures of a roof top that can't be walked.
Our drones allow inspectors to take hi quality pictures and videos so clients can get a clear bird's eye view of the area.
Most of the time home buyer are not present when repairs are being made to the property. Some of these repairs include plumbing inside of walls. The repair is made, and wall is sealed up before the work can be inspected. When moisture is suspected behind a wall. Inspectors can use moisture meters to confirm moisture that is not readily seen by the naked eye.
In some instances, our inspectors use a pole-mounted camera to visually inspect the roof’s condition. This is the next best option when the rooftop is inaccessible due to height, water, slope, roofing material, and when weather or conditions do not permit use of a drone. That's why, we equip all of our inspectors with pole-mounted cameras that capture detailed roofing information in high definition.